2020 Swim Camp Week 2

Who:   Open to any and all participants ages 9*-18
When: June 14th-18th, 2020
Check-In Location:   Catlett Hall Room MPR
Check-In Time:   2:00 PM
Cost:   $625 for Resident  (*Campers must be 10 to register as a resident camper)
  $515 for Commuter

Register

The University of Iowa Swimming Camps offer an intense and fun learning experience for kids 9* thru 18 years old (9 year olds are only permitted to attend with the commuter option and must stay off campus overnight). Head Coach Marc Long and his staff will instruct and demonstrate elite-level strokes, starts, and turns during your stay at camp.

Camp Features

  • 2 to 3 training sessions daily with a heavy technique focus.
  • Instruction on stroke, starts and turns for all strokes.
  • Individual analysis and evaluation on all strokes, starts and turns.
  • Lectures on nutrition and mental preparation.
  • Dryland conditioning and strength training.
  • Campers who register at least 2 weeks prior to camp start date will receive 2 t-shirts and a swim cap.
  • An intense yet FUN learning experience at one of the nation’s finest academic and athletic institutions.
  • Evaluations with training tips on all four strokes.
  • Future elite competitions to be hosted at CRWC Natatorium: 2020 Women’s B1G Championships, and the 2021 Men’s NCAA Championship!
  • Nutrition presentation by University of Iowa Sports Nutritionist.
  • *9 year olds are permitted to attend camp as commuters only.

DIRECTIONS - Please park at the North Campus Parking Ramp (located behind the Catlett Hall, 4th level works best - https://transportation.uiowa.edu/facility/north-campus-ramp). From the 4th level of the parking ramp, use the walkway to access Catlett Hall (on the right). The front desk staff will show you the way to the MPR Room.

What to Bring

  • Swim Suit
  • Towel
  • Tennis Shoes: For Dry Land Conditioning
  • Work Out Shorts

Participants must also furnish their own towels and toiletry items. When not in a sports session, dress is casual, so bring along your favorite jeans or shorts and summer shirts. It is a good idea to bring extra spending money for soft drinks, snacks and video games. You may wish to bring an alarm clock and a small fan. We strongly discourage you from bringing any valuables to camp. The camp administration will not cash personal checks from campers. The University of Iowa is not responsible for lost or stolen articles.